Evey evening, the Daily Dot delivers a selection of links worth clicking from around the Web, along with the day's must-see image or video. We call it Dotted Lines.
- A “Gangnam Style” dance-off between two actual gangs leads to violence in Bangkok.
- You can now view and delete your Facebook search history.
- Meanwhile, in Europe, Facebook has agreed to delete its facial recognition database and remove an auto-tagging feature that raised privacy concerns.
- The Internet has enabled a “golden age of fact-checking,” argues Greg Beato at Reason.
- Facebook refuses to turn over a deceased beauty queen’s account data on privacy grounds, despite an investigation into whether the woman’s death was actually a suicide.
Above: Ze Frank enlisted over 2,600 fans for an ambitious musical collaboration, and then made a video that averages the images of the performers, creating a startling effect.